(ABC News) - Amazing pictures are surfacing from inside the cruise ship Costa Concordia, which sank off the coast of Italy two years ago.
A startling snap shot of the panic on board when passengers were evacuating during the deadly accident were the majority of images from the ship, but newly released video takes us on an eerie tour inside the doomed cruise ship.
Divers captured haunting images of a disaster frozen in time.
A reception area as it was left when passengers fled for their lives. A bar area with stools still in place. Dust and debris floating everywhere.
ABC US News | ABC Sports News Emerging from the water into the huge central atrium of the ship murals are still prominent on the walls.
It's been more than 2 years since the luxury liner slammed into a rock in shallow waters off the coast of Italy. Within minutes, she started flooding and tilting.
Then, announcements telling passengers not to panic.
The ship, which was twice the size of the Titanic, and over the last year we saw how they began hauling the ship up.
Later this month, the vessel will be floated to a nearby port and scrapped, but these lingering images of a tragedy at sea could be the final haunting pictures from inside the deadly wreck.